Support for LAist comes from
We Explain L.A.
Stay Connected

Share This

Arts and Entertainment

In a Park for Free: Shakes, Theatre Treasure Hunt, Jazz Tap Ensemble

Today on Giving Tuesday, LAist needs your support.
Today, your donation to LAist will be matched dollar for dollar. Your tax-deductible that gift powers our reporters and keeps us independent will be felt twice as strong today, so don't delay!
5b2c60744488b30009282d86-original.jpg

The Jazz Tap Ensemble will play at Santa Monica City Hall's front lawn tomorrow.

It's always a good weekend to go enjoy free...

Did you say puppets? We like puppets.

Support for LAist comes from

"Titus the Clownicus" - In the hands of The Actors' Gang, Shakespeare's bloodiest and most macabre drama (Titus Andronicus) becomes rip-roaring family fare. Titus the Clownicus is leader of the Red Nose Army. He returns home with his entourage of clowns and puppets victorious after defeating the Green Noses in the Battle of the Clowns, but immediately sets off to avenge the deaths of his sons, and the clown wars escalate.

Details and more events after the jump...